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HORROR

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Alessandra Hinojosa

on 10 March 2014

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Transcript of HORROR

What exactly is horror?
Ways of Knowing
Scary Movies
Webster's New Dictionary
Horror
hor-ror [hawr-er]
noun
the strong feeling caused by something frightful or shocking;shuddering fear and disgust
Cognitively: Our Brain
Factors of Fear
Tension
Mystery
Suspense
Gore
Terror
Shock
Relevance
Universal Relevance
Personal Relevance
Unrealism
Reason
2 concepts
Movies vs. Reality
Not Real!!!!!
Survival
"Fight or Flight" Response
Emotion
Excitation Transfer Process
Heart rate, blood pressure, respiration increases
Positive emotions = more likely to see a scary movie again
Negative emotions = less likely to see a scary movie again
Perception
Our perception of how potentially dangerous or terrifying situation may be is reliant on each individual's schema
framework that represents some aspect of the world
Schemas influence attention and the absorption of knowledge
Horror Movies Back Then
Horror Movies Now
Why do people experience different degrees of fear?
Thalamus
- the part of the brain where it decides where to send data
Sensory Cortex
- interprets sensory data
Hippocampus
- processes stimuli to establish context
Amygdala
- decodes emotions; determines possible threat; stores fear memories
Hypothalamus
- activates "fight or flight" response
CONCLUSION :)
Horror =
Fight or flight response
Playing a major role in our society today
Movies
Fiction vs. Reality
Ways of Knowing
The affect of horror
THANK YOU!!!
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Amygdala
Charles Darwin noted that facial expressions vary little across cultures
The function of the amygdala is critical for the recognition of emotion in others
Response is automatic
If they all saw the same movie, then why did they have different opinions regarding how scary they thought the movie was?
How scary was the movie?
by: Alessandra Hinojosa
Daphne Ha
Sabrina Verduzco
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